Frequently Asked Questions
No. Our airport locations operate 24/7/365. Shuttles depart for hotels approximately every 10-15 minutes. After retrieving your luggage simply exit Baggage Claim Door 8 at Terminal 1, or proceed out Door 51 in Terminal 3 to the booth. The greeter will direct you to the appropriate vehicle and the driver will provide you with a ticket for your return from the hotel to the airport.
This is not necessary, as walk up service is provided. Airport cashiers accept cash or credit card. Drivers accept cash or vouchers only. However, vouchers may be pre-purchased on our website via credit card. This will allow you to board your vehicle immediately upon arrival and avoid the cashier line prior to boarding.
Yes. The vehicle makes stops at multiple hotels in our condensed Las Vegas resort corridor, making it an economical, yet premium service experience.
If you did not receive an email confirming your Return pickup to the Airport you will need to either download the Airport Shuttle App or Call our 24/7 Call Center at 702-739-7990 24-hours prior to book your Return pickup. Due to security and airport recommended show times, Return pickups need to be booked 3 hours before flight departure time on the hour or half-hour. Passengers need to be waiting outside the hotel in the same area in which they were originally dropped off 10 minutes before their scheduled pickup time and allow for 15 minutes after the scheduled time for the vehicle to arrive.
Yes. Simply select Round Trip under Quotes & Reservations, then select Multi-leg.
Bell Trans also offers private Sedan, Suv, and Limousine Service. To visit our other site click on the link: www.BellLimousines.com.
We can accommodate wheelchairs, however a bus equipped with a wheelchair lift must be requested in advance if the passenger needs to remain in the wheelchair while aboard the vehicle. If the wheelchair is collapsible and the passenger can board the vehicle without the chair, a lift bus is not required. The chair will be stowed in the baggage compartment. If a motorized wheelchair is being used, a lift bus must be requested, even if the passenger is able to board the bus on his or her own, as motorized chairs are too heavy to manually load onto the bus.
Driver gratuity is not included, but customary.